Monthly Archives: February 2014

Best iPhone Holders for Recording (and Viewing) Lectures

The easiest way get a good recording of a lecture is to have a good stand for your iPhone. I have tried just about everything on the market and here are my picks: 1. Tiltpod – a really small useful … Continue reading

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LectureMonkey 2.0 is Out – The World’s First (and Only) Universal Lecture Capture Platform

Most adult education is presented in the form of frontal lectures. It has been shown that high quality lecture notes are crucial for student understanding and knowledge retention from lectures. Students have difficulty taking quality notes, generally noting less than … Continue reading

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5 Things Students and Teachers Get Wrong about Note Taking

1. Good notes are not just useful, but are crucial for academic success – students that just listen comprehend 50% or less of a lecture and forget 80% after 2 weeks (unless they have notes to review). 2. Student notes … Continue reading

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Old School Note Taking

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